09/22/16   Camden Police Report


Camden Police on September 19 arrested a Greenville, Mississippi man for public intoxication, drinking on the highway, no drivers license and no proof of insurance. The arrest was made by officer Andrew Tollefson who investigated a report of a possible intoxicated driver. Tollefson made contact with a vehicle driven by 42 year old Cornelio Gonzales and pulled him over on 278 east after observing Gonzales' erratic driving.

When stopped Gonzales was asked for his drivers license and proof of insurance. He produced a Mexican ID and said it was his drivers license. Tollefson saw an open can of beer in the car and after a breath sample test, Gonzales tested point 23 blood alcohol.

Tollefson said due to a language barrier he couldn't conduct a DWI investigation. Gonzales will appear in Camden District Court November 16 to answer to the charges.

42 year old Jarnard J. McCree of Camden was charged by Camden Police on September 16 with possession of an instrument of crime and driving on a suspended license. The charges came following a traffic stop at the Cardinal Shopping Center and a search of McCree's vehicle. Police found a brown pipe that smelled of marijuana. McCree will appear in District Court November 5.

On September 17, Camden police made a traffic stop at Cash Road and Washington Street. After making contact with the driver, 34 year old Curtis Ray Flowers of McNeil, officers could smell intoxicants on Flowers and after a field sobriety test, Flowers was charged with DWI, refusal of BAC, driving left of center and drinking in public. He'll appear in court November 2.